Politics

The president again paraded corporate executives at the White House briefing meant to inform Americans about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The president told a reporter to investigate hospitals over the shortage, even though experts warned of supply problems amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. J.B. Pritzker ripped the White House for its lackluster response as states like his combat the growing spread of coronavirus.
"You say he's gotten good marks but I've gotten great marks," Trump said on Fox News.
More checks from the government, free coronavirus treatment and infrastructure spending are just some priorities for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Amazon and Whole Foods workers are also striking this week for COVID-19-related reasons, demanding hazard pay, expanded paid sick leave and more.
A large corporate bailout coupled with inadequate small business loans will likely give the biggest firms an even greater advantage in post-virus America.
“A global pandemic is not an excuse to attack essential, time-sensitive medical procedures like abortion," said Alexis McGill Johnson, acting president of Planned Parenthood.
Rodney Howard-Browne claimed he had special virus-killing machines.
Now desperate, the U.S. is accepting face masks, gowns and gloves airlifted from China.
The public is also divided on the nation's role abroad, a new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
One governor is listening to public health experts on coronavirus; another isn't. Guess which one Trump is trashing?
The legislation approved by Gov. Brad Little ban trans people from correcting their birth certificates and stops trans girls from competing in gender-aligned sports teams.
Some women seeking abortions are being forced to drive hundreds of miles to access a drug that could easily be prescribed online.
Falwell partially reopened the school, and now nearly a dozen students reportedly have symptoms.
Employees at a Staten Island warehouse called on Amazon to better protect workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. The company says it's already doing so.
Gun control advocates blasted the declaration that bows to the firearms industry and allows panic buying.
Walton Mayor Gabe Brown laid down the law for people who aren't taking social distancing seriously.
“This is ridiculous and completely false,” the former veep said of the president's claim that medical workers were misusing protective supplies.
DA Jackie Lacey's campaign opponent called out her office for risking lives by pushing cases that could have been dismissed or delayed.